HOF Watch: Johan Santana

On Saturday Johan Santana became the first New York Mets pitcher to throw a no-hitter. It wasn’t pretty, but it was a no-hitter nonetheless. For more analysis check out Tim’s article. Since then myself and a couple of buddies have been discussion Santana’s chance at making the hall of fame. Continue reading


HOF Watch: Adrian Beltre

In my first Hall of Fame post I will be showing you all why Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers is on track to becoming a Hall of Famer. To some this may come as a surprise, but it shouldn’t. All stats used don’t count the 2012 season. Continue reading

HOF Watch: Andruw Jones

Alex and I will be starting a Hall of Fame series, discussing the HOF chances of active or recently-retired players. ¬†As a Braves fan, I had to pick an Atlanta player first, but the Big 3 (Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz) and Chipper seem to be obvious inductees, so I thought I’d revisit the glory years of Andruw Jones. Continue reading